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With the number of different formats available today it is becoming increasingly difficult to fill seats in the theater. Exhibitors are looking for ways to bring in new customers while retaining their current customer base. Laser projectors can help exhibitors meet this objective.
The correct digital display system can help operators run the back-of-the-house more smoothly.
In this constantly connected age, stores need to work harder – and smarter – to grab customers’ attention, and one way to do this is through digital signage.
Operators cater to adventurous, tech-savvy students with constantly changing menu platform.
Accurately measuring ROI for digital signage is critical both to justify the investment your business is making with a digital signage network and to make any adjustments to the deployment, content or other variables to maximize your network's impact once it's operational. Measuring ROI can also be complex.
In this constantly connected age, stores work to grab customers’ attention through digital signage. In addition to being eye-catching, it can increase customer spend and store revenue. Read how in this digital signage byline.
NEC Display's create an interactive learning environment using technology to enhance a college’s new rehabilitation sciences department.
Learn how NEC replaced aging equipment and standardize classroom technology across a large school district.
Public transit remains a very safe form of travel, yet transit agencies must stay alert to the potential hazards and investigate new ways to prevent or detect them. Digital signage can help enhance transportation security and alert passengers to safety information in a faster, more streamlined way than static signage can.
A quick-service restaurant can enhance customer engagement, increase sales and boost its brand image by focusing marketing efforts on four trends in digital signage and advertising: self-service kiosks, free Wi-Fi via mobile hotspots, simplified digital menu boards and implementing data-driven technology.
Duval County Public Schools needed something that was easy to operate and affordable enough to be standard across all classrooms, but that was also innovative enough to change the landscape of the classroom and create a more active learning space. They determined that touchscreen displays would meet.
Businesses today are moving away from large conference rooms and toward technology-based spaces where small groups can meet and share ideas. Instead of large conference rooms, companies are adopting the use of "huddle rooms" where small groups refine ideas for quick implementation.
The Washington Department of Transportation outgrew it building and its roadway monitoring system. They realized not only did they need more space but they needed a technology upgrade as well. WSDOT knew it wanted a video wall on a larger scale for better monitoring and control.
The Health Sciences Library at the University of Washington seeks to advance the healthcare fields through scholarship, research, education and access to information resources. It supports not just university faculty, researchers and students, but also a variety of other health professionals, libraries and researchers.
Retailers large and small have long relied on in-store advertising and signage to attract customers, promote individual products and product lines, and highlight sales and other offers.
With sales in the restaurant industry forecasted to reach $799 billion in 2017, there’s a huge opportunity for digitized solutions in any type of eatery, from QSR to fine dining.
When considering a kiosk deployment, it’s not only important to think about the individual components, but how they’ll work together.
LED displays are quickly gaining market share, but it’s important to know the pros and cons.
While the digital signage market was once comprised of dozens of proprietary systems, the advent of the Open Pluggable Specification is allowing deployers to adapt and grow their networks with the changing times.
As the digital space of your market becomes more sophisticated, available projector technology needs to be more sophisticated too.